Be aware of the “true voice” and “true appearance” that lies deep within you
In order to know yourself, it is important to always be aware of what you are doing now.
It's easy to say, though, but it's not always easy.
For example, a normally quiet person may unknowingly complain to a stranger when he or she feels relaxed after drinking alcohol.
When you're drunk, you make these mistakes because you can't tell what you're doing.
Of course, when you're working diligently, it's hard to consciously hit a stranger.
Usually, there is a brake of reason.
As you can see from this example, we need to be awake and trained to be aware of what is happening now.
If you don't know what's going on, it's no different than being drunk.
Obviously, our eyes and ears are facing outwards, and our ability to catch the outside is well developed.
So, you’re desperate not to miss anything outside, but you’re not looking inside yourself.
Even though you’re trying hard to hear what's outside, you’re not listening to your inner voice.
However, by receiving the Himalayan secrets, you can objectively look at yourself with complaints, loneliness, and anger, and at the same time, you become very easy.
Then, you will gradually get closer to what is deep inside you, and at the same time you will be able to see what is outside with love.
As if you were peeling an onion, you can peel off the surrounding layers, and eventually you will be able to understand the "true voice and true figure" at its core.
By doing so, if you can understand what the true way of life should be, the true affluence will spread inward and you will feel that you are truly alive.
That is awareness, and it means knowing the truth.
Excerpt from Kodansha “If you empty your mind, your dreams will come true”
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